Tourists watching the exhibit of colorful birds such as Macaws in the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore. The Jurong Bird Park is one of the largest such bird parks in the world, setup in the year 1971. It is the largest such park in terms of the number of birds, and occupies an area of around 50 acres. It is located on the slope of Juron Hill and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. There are a number of shows inside the park that provide people with a chance to get closer to birds (even though they do not get a chance to touch them), and in a exhibit, one can even get a photo taken with colorful birds right next to the person.
Ashish Agarwal works for a software company and has a passion for photography (and keeps on getting amazed at some of the quality of photos that he sees from other people). He lives in India, and likes to travel as and when he can get leave. Fortunately, he has access to a number of different cameras, so the photos in this collection are from a range of different cameras.
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